Passover Braised Lamb with Dried Fruit

This hearty dish is a play on tsimmes, a traditional Jewish casserole. The bold flavors of North Africa and the Middle East are on display in this dish and braising the meat in red wine yields a tender cut of meat without a lot of work. You’ll find many of the ingredients in our Passover-themed weekly sale from March 25th – 31st, making this a budget-friendly meal the whole family will love.

Potato Asparagus Gratin

Whether you’re celebrating Easter, Passover, or simply looking to celebrate the flavors of Spring, we think you’ll love this Potato Asparagus Gratin. You’ll also love finding many of the ingredients in our weekly sale from April 28th – 24th, so it’s a perfect time to give it a try!

Where’s the Matzo?

As you prepare for Passover, you might be looking for the perfect Matzo (or perhaps Matza, Matzah, Matzot, or Matzoh, depending on your preference) to accompany your Seder. Look no further! We’ve got several options for you to choose from, while supplies last:


Vermatzah – This Vermont Artisan Matzah is wood-fired using VT-grown organic wheat and emmer from Naga Bakehouse in Middletown Springs, VT. Find it in our bakery section.

Patchwork Farm & Bakery – This local matzoh hails from East Hardwick, VT and it’s brick-oven baked using organic grains. Find it in our bakery section.

Manischewitz – First founded in 1888 by Rabbi Dov Behr in Ohio, and now headquartered in New Jersey, this organic and non-GMO verified Matzo can be found in grocery aisle 2.

MNFC Matzo Ball Soup –  Our fabulous MNFC deli crew will be cooking up fresh batches of Matzo Ball Soup periodically throughout Passover, so look for that in our deli department!